Tech·Ed North America 2011
- Atlanta, GA
- May 16 - 19, 2011
- Speakers at Tech·Ed North America 2011
Tech·Ed North America 2011 Keynote Address
Don't miss the opportunity to hear from two senior Microsoft leaders -- Corporate Vice President,Server and Tools Marketing,Robert Wahbe and Corporate Vice President,Visual Studio,Jason Zander -- as they showcase a broad array of technology in the 2011 Tech·Ed Keynote.
How We Do Language Design at Microsoft (C#,Visual Basic,F#)
Hear from the C#,Visual Basic,and F# language designers themselves,about how we create the .NET Framework languages at Microsoft. Where do we get ideas? How do we incorporate new paradigms without breaking the existing languages? Where will we go in the future,and how will we get there? We talk about...
Introducing the Windows Azure PlatformCloud computing looks like the biggest change to hit our industry in many years. But taking advantage of the shift requires understanding this new approach and how to exploit it. In this presentation,David Chappell looks at the Windows Azure platform and what it means for organizations that create,use...
Using Windows Azure Virtual Machine RoleLearn how to use the Virtual Machine Role on Windows Azure. We’ll demonstrate best practices for building and uploading customized OS images and deploying and managing services using those images.
Windows Phone Productivity Scenarios with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Microsoft Office 365
Windows Phone is an important tool for personal productivity and collaboration. Learn what is new in Office Mobile,how it integrates with Exchange Server,Microsoft SharePoint Server,and Office 365. To create the greatest impact for users,IT pros need to understand new functionality that is available...
- Augusto Valdez
- Cloud Computing & Online Services, Windows Phone
- 300 - Advanced
- Day 1
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An IT Pro View of Windows AzureThis session takes a look at the Windows Azure Platform from an IT pro perspective. We provide a brief overview of the Windows Azure Platform featuring the recently announced changes to the platform as well as demonstrate the practical measures IT professionals need to take in order to deploy,manage...
Moving Applications to the CloudYou have been building applications on the Microsoft platform for years. You master ASP.NET,SQL Server,Active Directory,and the .NET framework. What does the Windows Azure Platform represent? What are the important considerations for moving your apps,your skills and practices to the cloud? This session...
Microsoft SQL Azure Overview: Tools,Demos and Walkthroughs of Key FeaturesThis session is jam-packed with hands-on demonstrations lighting up SQL Azure with new and existing applications. We start with the steps to creating a SQL Azure account and database,then walk through the tools to connect to it. Then we open Microsoft Visual Studio to connect to Microsoft .NET applications...
Building Windows Phone Applications with the Windows Azure PlatformLearn how to build Windows Phone applications that are backed by scalable cloud components hosted in Windows Azure. This demo-focused session covers the end-to-end experience and addresses how to tackle issues such as authentication,storage,notification,and data synchronization using the Windows Azure...
A Lap around Windows Azure AppFabricIf you want to get a broad overview of the range of capabilities that are being delivered in Windows Azure AppFabric,this session is for you. AppFabric is a set of middle-tier building block services you use in your applications that do all the hard work and heavy lifting as well as capabilities...
Using Windows Azure StorageWindows Azure Storage is a scalable cloud storage service that provides the ability to store and manipulate blobs,structured non-relational entities,and persistent queues. In this session,learn tips,performance guidance and best practices for building new applications or migrating existing applications...
Tips & Tricks: Low Latency Web Applications on the Windows Azure Platform
Some of us take elasticity,scalability,reliability and availability for granted in the cloud,but latency is not that simple. In this session we look at reducing latency through asynchronous design patterns,managing data access,tuning application performance,leveraging the Content Delivery Network (CDN)...
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